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Employees Cultivate New Landscaping and Relationships for United Way Day of Caring
Perspectives
Community
June 11, 2018

Atmos Energy employees had the opportunity to participate in the annual United Way Day of Caring at a local school in their community in Tennessee. There, 35 volunteers from the Kentucky/Mid-States division came together to assist with revamping the landscaping surrounding the school.

Mississippi Employees Host Hog Roast to Thank First Responders
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Community
May 30, 2018
The seventh annual Hero Day in West Point, Miss. allowed Atmos Energy employees to thank the first responders of Clay County. The lunch was attended by more than 140 police, fire and ambulance personnel and emergency dispatchers.
Atmos Energy Volunteers at JA BizTown
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Community
April 24, 2018
Over a dozen volunteers from Atmos Energy’s Dallas office spent the day teaching natural gas safety and real-world business skills at Junior Achievement of Dallas’ JA BizTown.
Atmos Energy Donates Scholarship to Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration
Perspectives
Community
February 20, 2018
In 1957, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. delivered a speech in Montgomery, Alabama, in which he declared, "Life’s most persistent and urgent question is: 'What are you doing for others?'" This kind of service mentality is the inspiration in which Atmos Energy employees treat customers, peers and coworkers.
Three Celebrate a Century of Service
February 19, 2018

Three employees with more than a century of service between them recently retired. The longest-tenured, Senior MIC Technician Gary Jobe, began his career in 1972 in Midland, Texas.

Atmos Energy’s Mississippi Division Shows Their “Heart” for the Community
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Community
February 19, 2018

Employees throughout our six divisions pour their efforts and time not only into their jobs, but also into the community. Our Mississippi Division illustrated what it is like to have “heart” for the community at the American Heart Association’s Metro Jackson Heart Walk in Jackson, Mississippi.